Far East Stocks Weak for Fourth Day in a Row

February 23rd, 2011
in econ_news

Econintersect:  The Far East may not have made as big a down move as the U.S., but down markets outnumber those with gains for the fourth day in a row.  At midday eight markets are down and three are up.  In addition there are much bigger moves to the downside than up.

Follow up:

The three markets with gains, all 0.3% of less, are Taiwan, Shanghai and Hong Kong.  If the market isn't Chinese it is down, led by Mumbai (-1.1%), Tokyo (-0.8%) and Sydney, Seoul and Jakarta, all down by 0.6%.

Source:  GEI Current Market Conditions and Yahoo Finance









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